Welcome to the East Riding Education and Skills Partnership (ESP) 14-19 section.
The ESP is a non-statutory voluntary Partnership of stakeholders in education and training that supports strategic activity and cross-sector collaboration across the range of 14-19 Pathways (see below). Membership of the Partnership is open to any education and training provider and/or stakeholder organisation serving East Riding learners.
ESP Newsletter - Autumn Term 2017 (pdf 30kb opens in new window)
For further information about the ESP please explore the links below or use the menu on the left.
Since 2013, the participation age was raised so that school leavers (Year 11) are required to stay in some form of education or training until at least their 18th birthday in order to give them more skills and options for their future. The main options for young people are:
School Sixth form or Sixth Form College
Many Sixth Forms offer A-Levels purely in academic subjects; some offer a wider range of courses including things like vocational qualifications.
Further Education College
Further Education Colleges are for students aged 16 and often offer a much wider range of courses at all different levels, including A Levels and vocational qualifications.
Apprenticeships and Traineeships
This is a good way for young people to earn money and learn at the same time. On an apprenticeship, young people are employed in a real job and receive quality training to help them get a nationally-recognised qualification.
Further information about schools and colleges serving the East Riding area, and the courses offered can be found in the Hull and East Riding online prospectus:
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The website is jointly managed by the ESP Team and Hull City Council.
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To establish a set of annual priorities and outcomes through an education and skills plan. 2.
To develop strategic approaches to the planning and collaborative delivery of education and training which meets the needs and aspirations of ALL 14-19 learners and the local economy. 3.
To make and implement recommendations on the local configuration of education and
training, which will improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of provision and ensure
To provide a network for sharing and developing practice across all 14-19 sectors and
To represent the East Riding's Education and Skills (14-19) interests outside of the East Riding, in relation to funding and planning bodies and in particular the LEPs. 6.
To contribute to the work of the East Riding Economic Development Strategy. 7.
To share relevant performance data when appropriate to improve learner outcomes. 8.
To maintain a Strategy Group, Operational Group and Practitioner Forums, and continue to support 14-19 Local Area Partnerships (LAPs) where appropriate, to deliver the 14-19 priorities. Top of page
All partners are invited to commit to a set of shared objectives (The Partnership Charter), and in order to support the shared Continuous Professional Development (CPD) needs of partners, an annual subscription fee of £300.00.
Payment of the annual subscription confirms that the partner organisation/institution is committed to the Partnership Charter, and entitles Partners to two free places at each of the events as detailed in the CPD section below.
East Riding Education and Skills Partnership Charter (pdf 42kb opens in new window)
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The Partnerships functions are supported by the following groups:
- Strategy Group
- Operational Group
- Local Area Partnerships (LAPs)
- Practitioner Forums
- STEM Forum
- Pupil Premium Level 3 Project / Alternative Learning.
The Strategy Group makes decisions on behalf of the Partnership and meets a minimum of three times each academic year. The Strategy Group agrees on the annual priorities for the Partnership in response to local, regional and national priorities and policies relating to education and skills for 11-19-year-olds. The Membership of the Strategy Group is representative of the overall Partnership membership and is at the level of Headteacher/Principal/Senior Leader.
The Operational Group is responsible for driving forward the annual priorities and determining the need for and supporting the Practitioner Forums, specific projects and the Partnership CPD Program. The Operational Group is also specifically responsible for implementing the partnership's objectives relating to Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance (CEIAG). All partner organisations are invited to participate in Operational Group meetings.
Local Area Partnerships (LAPs) are active in parts of the East Riding where partners find it beneficial to meet to discuss and respond to local issues in the context of the overall Partnership objectives. LAPs currently meet in the following geographic areas: Beverley and District and Holderness.
The Practitioner Forums are established to target and progress specific priority objectives and projects at a practical level.
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Meeting Schedule 2017-18 (pdf 51kb opens in new window) Top of Page
In recognition of and response to the shared CPD needs of partners, a programme of CPD activities is offered throughout the academic year. There are two elements to the programme:
- Continuous Professional Development Network
- Careers Coordinators Network
The annual subscription fee of £300.00 entitles Partners to two free places at each of the events, however, partners not wishing to pay the annual subscription may still access the CPD offered on a 'pay as you go' basis charged as follows:
- £80 per place for each half-day CPD event during the 2017/18 academic year (includes lunch)
- £70 per place for each half day Careers Coordinators Network Meeting during the 2017/18 academic year (excludes lunch)
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The aim of the network is to ensure staff are fully up to date with the national policy and local strategies and to enhance local knowledge and experience of opportunities for young people. The network will aim to meet the needs of staff working across a wide range of range of roles including senior leaders, governors and tutors. It will provide opportunities for sharing good practice across our wide range of training and education providers, and identify future training needs.
Each event will be facilitated by the Education & Skills Partnership Team, and have a relevant theme and/or guest speaker, details of which will be circulated in advance. The themes for each meeting will be determined by the Partnership Operational Group at the start of each academic year to support the Partnership priorities - STEM, CEIAG, Alternative Learning and reducing the FSM gap at Level 3.
Members will be notified of the themes and topics in advance so that appropriate staff can be identified to attend.
There will be a minimum of 3 half-day CPD events during the 2017/18 Academic Year, provisional dates are as follows:
- Wednesday 18 October 2017 - 9.00am to 1.30pm - Enhancing the Relevance of the Curriculum to the World of Work @ IT@Spectrum
CPD 18 Oct 2017 Presentations (zip 26Mb opens in new window)
- Wednesday 21 March 2018 - 9.00am to 12.30pm with informal networking lunch to 1.30pm @ Venue TBC
- Wednesday 20 June 2018 - 9 .00am to 12.30pm with informal networking lunch to 1.30pm @ Venue TBC.
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The aim of this network is to ensure staff are fully up to date with the national policy and local strategies and to enhance local knowledge and experience of opportunities for young people. The network will aim to meet the needs of staff working across a wide range of range of roles including senior leaders, careers teachers, and careers coordinators and supporting staff. It will provide opportunities for sharing good practice across our wide range of training and education providers, and identify future training needs.
It is the intention to invite key providers to each host a termly network meeting and use the opportunity to showcase their facilities and provision, thus enhancing members’ local knowledge and experience of opportunities available for our young people.
Each event will be facilitated by the Education & Skills Partnership Team, East Riding Youth and Family Support and the Humber EBP, and have a relevant theme determined by the Partnership, details of which will be circulated in advance.
There will be a minimum of 3 half day Careers Co-Coordinators Network Meetings during the 2017/18 Academic Year, provisional dates for are as follows:
- Thursday 9 November 2017 - 1.00pm to 4.00pm (half day) @ The Ace Centre, Driffield Secondary School
- Thursday 18 January 2018 - 1.00pm to 4.30pm (half day) @ Venue TBC
- Thursday 3 May 2018 - 1.00pm to 4.30pm (half day) @ Venue TBC.
Further details and updates on all the events can be found on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council CPD Prospectus at:
For all East Riding schools and academies, the CPD manager in your school will be able to book your place via the prospectus, for all other partner organisations that don't have a login please contact email@example.com and a place will be booked for you.
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